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Quality of Working Lifenoun

uk   us   UK US Quality of Work Life, abbreviation QWL
HR the level of happiness and satisfaction of an organization's employees with their work: In Cooper's latest Quality of Working Life survey, everyone questioned said they believed their hours of work were too long.
(Definition of Quality of Working Life from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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